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they should get out of our way. they are enemies of the state. >> welcome to london airport in istanbul. as competition hots up for u.k. passengers, we head for the gateway to asia. >> underground, your nation -- [inaudible] >> and we look forward on the plastic pollution-killing wildlife across the world. scientists are studying the effects on marine createures. -- creatures. hello. the french army has made significant gains this week against mali rebels. but the job is far from over. vast sways of northern mali need to be secured in the long-term if peace is to be achieved. our reporter was there earlier in the week to look at the militias being trained by the malian army to restore order and found out whether they'll be out for revenge. >> ready to die for their country. these young men are preparing to go home. called children the -- called the children of the land, they're a militia made up largely of ref i have jis from northern mali. as forces retake the region from islamist and separatist rebels, their job will be to go in behind and deal with the new threat. the danger now, say
londoners are changing their minds about germans. we first turn to the struggle for democracy in egypt. again, supporters of the opposition are being killed exactly two years after the bloody revolution that toppled dictator hosni mubarak. at the time, egyptia enthusiastically ushered in a new era, but the new president has since left many people deeply disappointed. some egyptians are downright worried beethat under the muslim brotherhood, the country has moved even further from democracy. one blogger is one of those who openly criticizes the new government, but he had to leave egypt to be able to do so. >> the market square is a popular tourist destination. usually, it is filled with people strolling through, taking pictures of st. mary's church, but not everyone carrying a camera here today is on holiday. kareem is not a taurus. he is a 28-will blog your -- 28- year-old logger -- blogger from egypt. the city offered him refuge for one year. the idea was to give him some breathing room and time to feel safe again. his first impressions involved pigeons like these. >> it is not like t
. >>> thanks for joining us. i'm reporting in london. you can see the tower bridge over my right shoulder. we want to start with big news with malala, the teenaged girl shot by fall ban gunmen for the simple crime of going to school. she just came through a critical operation. also, a lesson about tea. i love it. but what are the real health benefits? plus an interview i did back home with monday morning star actors, talking about what it's like playing the role of surgeon. let's get started. >>> as you may know from watching this program, in the united states, there is an epidemic of accident al overdoses from prescription pain killers. in fact someone dies every 19 minutes. i can tell you those numbers astonish\doctors here in the uk. so the question is, is there a british way of treating all sorts of pain that is safer? the problem this part is that here in the united states, we are being flooded with pain killerses. consider this. americans take 80% of the world's pain killers. 80%. so how did we quietly become a country inundated with pain pills? some believe it all began when pain was d
. >> of how did this work of street art vanish off a wall in london and reappear in mime ?e mark phillips investigates. and whoever takes home an oscar tomorrow, these young afghan actors are winners any way you add it up. carter evans will tell us why. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> axelrod: good evening. i'm jim axelrod. it was the last lap of the last race before nascar kicks off its new season tomorrow with the daytona 500. that's when at least a dozen cars wrecked with one race car being sent airborne and into a fence separating fans from the track. it's still a confusing situation in daytona with emergency workers tending to injured fans. adriana diaz is at the track for us tonight. >> reporter: the 12-car crash began on the last turn of the last lap of the kick-off race at daytona when the number 7 car, driven by regan smith, spun out of control. moments later, kyle larson's number 32 car went airborne, off the track ripping a hole in the cash fence. race fan tyler anderson was in the stand and caught the crash on this video. lauren williams snapped
afghan actors in the oscar spotlight. and art world mystery. a popular mural on a wall in london somehow shows up on the auction block in miami. and home prices on the rebound in what might seem like an unlikely place. those stories when the "cbs evening news" continues. but with copd making it hard to breathe i thought those days might be over. so my doctor prescribed symbicort. it helps significantly improve my lung function starting within five minutes. symbicort doesn't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden symptoms. with symbicort, today i'm breathing better. and that means...fish on! symbicort is for copd including chronic bronchitis and emphysema. it should not be taken more than twice a day. symbicort may increase your risk of lung infections, osteoporosis, and some eye problems. tell your doctor if you have a heart condition or high blood pressure before taking it. with copd, i thought i'd miss our family tradition. now symbicort significantly improves my lung function starting within 5 minutes. and that makes a difference in my breathing. today, we're ready for whatever swims our
i was going to london, i loved that. the inspiration, through the air, to everything. at the same time, i was fascinated. because i was not part of that. but as a voyeur that i am, i wanted to see them. i'm fascinated. i love them. i love the work of westwood. so i love their work because they did something, but they saw something that was happening, rebellion tight, and that mix of conservative with the art still. i love that, so it has influenced me. for example, in london, i saw a black trench coat, and in the front, you say black is not for children. black is bad, and everything like that that is ridiculous, so i told them. i must say that one for me was a learning experience. i love it. >> london has changed, as every city has. you certainly will not have any of those bankers wearing bowler hats and numberless. more to the point, london out is tremendously diverse. paris is becoming in admitting that it is more a diversity, and there's a little line for me quite hidden away the says i'm very much a parisian or i'm interested in parisian women, but not quite sure that i ever m
that of richard iii. >> let's go to london and speak to al jazeera. how and why did the scientists carry out these tests think that could be the skeleton of richard iii? >> it has been anymore -- an amazing piece of his tour ago detective work. the stories get -- go back 500 years. his body was slung over a horse from the bladder field -- from the battlefield, taken back to what became the city of leister -- leicester. there are all sorts of speculation about whether his body had been slung into a river by his enemies or whether it had been buried under a church. that is long since gone. it is now the social services, the local social services carpark. historians believe that there was this possibility that his skeleton may still be there. they started to excavate about a year ago. they have employed all the modern techniques that we are used to seeing in television dramas these days -- forensics, dna, carbon dating, and other ways in which they can establish that they have got their man, as it were. and they found a skeleton. they found the school. they found the injuries. they were able to
announces his plans for the future of the country after cancer surgery. london fashion week is now in full swing. we will be seeing what is in this year. hello, welcome. david cameron says that the u.k. can forge one of the great partnerships of the 21st century with india. this is his hope as he begins his trade mission. john joins us live from mumbai. there he is. what kind of a profile is this? >> david cameron is hoping that he would get a high-profile welcome to the gateway of india behind me. there hoping that this will be a huge increase in british trade. even the chief executive. david cameron has a clear mission, he wants to double the trade that takes place between britain and india but point to 15. that is what this is huge cast of characters already in talks with business groups throughout all sectors. from retail to banking, they are hoping to do some business while they're here. >> it is no more than two years since david cameron was last in india. while his task remains the same, the drumbeat is growing by an urgency. the prime minister is on track to double his trade with i
, supervisor london breed will probably be arriving later and will make her welcoming remarks towards the end of the program. following the invocation by reverend harlan jones, nor a griffin will make a presentation, a dramatic presentation on the negro national anthem which will be followed by the singing of the negro national anthem. with that, i'd like to ask reverend jones if he would come forward for the invocation. (applause) >> let us bow our heads. unite our hearts in prayer. eternal god, creator of the world, sustainer of life and lord of history, thou art great and beyond our power to fully know or comprehend. so, god, we come today to give you thanks for both the ordinary and extraordinary mercies of our lives. we thank you for the gift of living in a city where the richness and diversity of races and cultures is celebrated. and as we begin this celebration of african-american history month, we remember with fondness those who worked and sacrificed to make a life for themselves and their people. we remember those who marched, who sat in, who were jailed and who lost their lives tha
succeed. >> the book of mormon is now playing in london. it was a hit on broadway, but what will they make of it across the atlantic? today, it was revealed that pope benedict will retain his honorific title of his holiness nd be known as pope emeritus after he advocates. -- abdicates. when global events this really is, the resignation of a pope. it has not happened for 600 years. the whole place is swarming with foreign tv crews. theally, the audience of pope is a relatively low-key affair. but interest in attending wednesday's event was so great that they had to move it. there are thousands of shares already laid out. 35,000 people have already booked tickets to attend. and that number is expected to grow. intense interest not only around the world, but here in rome as well. because the pope is also the bishops in rome. i'm standing at the moment on the territory of the italian republic. this ground is italy. on the other side of this fence, it is the independent state of the vatican city. we are not allowed to take our cameras. you get a sense of the separations that are already under w
-part of the country a wild winter. >> thank you. >> london leaves this in a fog. london fletcher, that is. and it was the fal. sports is >> they are playing as well as anybody in the country. they're racing toward a possible big east title and if that will happen it will have to beat syracuse this weekend. they took care of business tonight. a nice pass and 15 points. the star of the game was the freshman. he came off the bench to put in 33. they get their 20th win of the year. let's go to the smith center. showing off against fordham. and the colonial state on the attack for most of the game. watch this with a spanin. 68-60. expend time today -- they spend time today with the man of the uss bethesda. the topic quickly change to the future of london fletcher. 240 over 15 years. it would about 2013? london leaves us in a fog. >> when you get older in your career you have to evaluate everything. health is one thing. can you still do it at the level of want to play at? i want to see how i feel. >> what about this snow in arizona? 2 inches of snow suspended play. guys started having snowball
not add up. it is -- >> it is 12:00 noon here, 7:00 a.m. in london, and in south africa different stories have been appearing in court. he broke down crying after hearing the story of the premeditated murder of his girlfriend. the prosecutor told the court that he had got up from bed, put on his prosthetic legs, walked to the bathroom and shot his crow friend through the door. with the latest details, here is naomi. >> oscar pistorius was in court today. the pair lived decathlete sobbed into his hands as he listened to the arguments about whether he should get bail. prosecutors gave more detail of what they say happened last night. they'll age that -- they allege that he woke up, put on his prosthetic leg, and fired his gun to the bathroom door. of the four shots, three hit his girlfriend. the defense lawyers declare that the shooting was accidental. meanwhile is a state of mourning in the postal -- coastal town of port elizabeth. the deceased's family spoke briefly after the funeral. >> at a certain point, we were smiling as we remembered her. because we only have good memories of her. i
. if the london zoo wanted a new animal or a replacement, they simply commissioned a collector to go out and get it. and in the 1950s, as a young television producer obsessed with the natural world, i was delighted when we got permission to go along with an expedition from the london zoo. it was going to go to west africa and be headed by one of the zoo's animal collecting experts, jack lester. i thought it would be a good idea if we called the series, "quest for something-or-other." so, i asked jack lester whether in fact there was an animal there that we could have a quest for, that no one had seen before, and he said, "oh, yes, and it's called picathartes gymnocephalus." so, i said, "well, that's not really a very catchy -- 'quest for picathartes gymnocephalus' -- is there another name?" and jack said, "yes, it's also called the bald headed rock fowl." i said, "well, even, 'quest for a bald headed rock fowl,' doesn't, likely to grab people, you know." so, in the end we just called it "zoo quest." [ "zoo quest" theme music playing ] we spent weeks collecting all kinds of creatures, and because
, based in london, has strongly denied doing anything illegal or immoral, and distressing how it helped zambia's economy. zambia sugar says between 2008 and 2012 capital allowances-they are used by governments around the world and nothing to do with tax avoidance. they invested around $240 million in zambian operations, creating jobs for 5000 people. action aid says that is not the whole story. they sent 1/3 of their pre-tax profits to tax havens, including a island in the netherlands. >> we think that is not run. 40 percent of zambian children are malnourished. the money the zambian government is not getting from zambia sugar means that is happening much harder. >> some experts say things will only change in developing countries get serious about taxes in general. >> not just global corporations, but all levels of society, from the prime minister and the president down. there are countries where large portions are not paying any tax. if you have a situation like that is difficult to expect a corporation, operating in that country, to pay taxes were other people are not. >> column on le
helped find the most vilified monarch. >> reporter: this is the tower of london, the scene of many dramas over the century. the connection of the drama unfolding here today. they had several of their relatives killed. but that did not help them in the end. >> reporter: the next slide that i'm going to show you is this one first. >> reporter: the century old skeleton, jammed with the hands bound into a sha low grave. it's a long way from the tower of london to the parking lot in the northern english city. but this lot covered over the remains of the ancient church. and it now seems clear of the remains of the long lost king. it has been rumored that he had been buried after being defeated and killed in battle just outside of town five centuries ago. but could this be his remains? dug up from beneath the parking lot and showing what looked like this wound. what sounds like csi1485 has found numerous wounds consistent with what happened to losing kings of the medieval battles. >> that would have caused almost the loss of consciousness and that they would have swallowed quickly afterwards. >>
slightly cooler air. looking at a top temperature in london and paris of 6 degrees. it will not feel more at all. some of the unsettled water in europe -- unsettled weather still in europe. we will still see some rain in algeria through friday. the main system edging towards the east now. a few more showers in tunisia and into the northern parts of libya and towards egypt. for most of us in egypt, through friday, it should be dry. but you will notice the wind picking up. farther east, it's largely fine for many of us in the middle east. there's wet weather worki >> good to have you with us. the top stories. the latest pictures from tunisia showed a homecoming of the assassinated opposition leader and shokri belaid. the opposition and ruling party denied involvement in his murder. it has rejected the dissolution of parliament amount by the prime minister. a yearlong inquiry by australia 's top criminal investigation unit has found widespread doping and possible match fixing in. professional in it has also exposed links to organized crime and raise the possibility of match fixing. to syria,
. in london last year, he competed against able-bodied runners come up a watershed moment in sports. his friends say his extraordinary career has taken its toll. >> i believe success and money has changed a lot of people. for me, personally, oscar did change. i think he became a very different person. >> now oscar pistorius is preparing for his first appearance in court tomorrow, are rather different arena for one of the world's most iconic at lloyds. >> a few moments ago, i spoke to andrew in pretoria, and i asked him what the reaction was to the day's news. >> shock, first of all, here. the confusion that has followed the day's events. speculation it might have been a burglar or mistaken identity. and the police making it very clear they have evidence to prove this is a case of murder and they are insisting they do not believe that oscar pistorius should even be allowed bail. a lot of people starting to look beyond that and asking bigger questions about the levels of crime in south africa, the levels of domestic violence, the levels of gun ownership. the fact is, there is still a lot w
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